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Uncle Buck's Crappie Reel

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UB20

Left/Right

4.0:1

Reel Weight (oz):
4

Line Capacity:
4/110

Recovery:
3.6" Per Turn
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When you're rigging up your long rods for trolling or vertical jigging, the Uncle Buck's® Crappie Reel is the one to use. Weighing only 4 oz., this Crappie Reel features a strong graphite frame, an anti-reverse lever, audible bait clicker, tension control and has left/right convertible retrieve. This powerful little reel has a powerful 4:1 gear ratio and has 100 yards of 6 lb. test line capacity.

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Uncle Buck's® Deluxe Round Crappie Reel 3.3 5 15 15
Excellent product I bought two and used them. Liked them so well I bought two more! March 21, 2012
Price Is Best Feature Will make another selection next time. Price is right, but disappointed in the performance. July 12, 2011
Good value for the money I bought several for some crappie poles and they do the job for me. Small compact and easy to use, Stores a lot of line so you have plenty to use over a season of fishing. May 3, 2011
good real This is a good reel not for starters tho it is very hard to cast but when you get the hang of it is easy and i like the nob on the side for tightening up the tension. February 22, 2011
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no,,too small and would birdsnest
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heck yes i use it all the time for trout fishin
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not really it would work just not very well
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one of the uncle bucks 8 - 10 poles that you want to go straight down w/ and strait back up
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i use a bill dance rod it works great!
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http://www.basspro.com/Bass-Pro-Shops-Crappie-Maxx-Signature-Series-Trigger-Crappie-Rods/product/10210597/-1758445
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An ultra-light action rod or light action ice fishing rod for dead-sticking.
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Any light weight or ultra light rod will do, even an ice fishing rod, as long as it has reel clamps. Corkey
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